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DIY Coasters Using Popsicle Sticks

By: Sahana Ajeethan from vikalpah.com
DIY Coasters Using Popsicle Sticks
DIY Coasters Using Popsicle Sticks
This image courtesy of vikalpah.com

"I have 2 set of coasters but they are small in size for most of the flat bottom vessels I own. So I thought I need a another pair of coasters which are big enough to protect the dinning table from the hot dishes. Today I am going to show a simple method to make coasters out of popsicle sticks and also 2 ways to spruce them up."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Beginner

Materials List

  • Popsicle sticks

  • White paint and paint pens(Optional)
  • Scissors
  • E6000
  • Clear Varnish
  • Wood burning tool and different points/tips (Optional)
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Woah! What a beautiful craft idea. I love everything about these coasters and their designs. I think my favourite will be the burning technique but the painting one is always a classic. This will make the best housewarming gift for a friend I'll be visiting next month.

What a cute idea. You have gotten my creative juices flowing. What about digging out holes just big enough to add things like old coins, pretty buttons or beads? Or writing cute sayings on some and then doing the polyurethane over it? A couple coats with seal them in and give you a surface as hard and tough as concrete.

awesome ideal

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